4 Corner Box Drill This drill enables you to work on leg strength, endurance, footwork, body control, and speed. All you need is one half of a tennis court and three tennis balls. To set up, place the three tennis balls in the left alley about 1 foot from the net and spaced apart by […]
By JR Ayers Owner of Ayers Performance & Fitness Academy in Sarasota, Florida. www.AyersAcademy.com 20 MINUTES IS ALL IT TAKES Many times I see club tennis players walk in the club front door and go straight to the tennis court. When finished with their match they walk through the lobby and back to the car. […]
Posted on 13. Feb, 2011 by Dennis.
Lunges for Strong Low Volleys By Tiffany Dabek, PTR, NFPT Low volleys are one of the toughest shots in tennis. Many players prefer to let the ball bounce then hit it, however sometimes players find themselves in a postition where they must hit a low volley. The best way to improve a low volley is to […]
Nate Griffin, Director of Tennis with the RiverStrand Golf & Country Club, MC’d Saturdays festivities with Dr. Allen Fox, author of “Tennis: Winning the Mental Game”. Dr. Fox gave a great talk about how emotions, good and bad, “choking”, and anger can dramatically affect a players game. There is a lot of great stuff in […]
By JR Ayers Tennis is a game that brings out the best in the athlete. The will to overcome, the desire do better, and the courage to fight through challenges are just three that come to mind. Hitting the ball with your forehand, backhand, running volley, or your serve are all possible and dependent upon […]
Posted on 20. Jan, 2011 by Dennis.
Dr. Allen Fox, a famous sports psychologist who is a regular on the Tennis Channel, is coming to Sarasota/Bradenton in February to promote his new book, “Tennis: Winning The Mental Match”, and he has several speaking engagements in the area. Allen Fox’s Schedule: The Oaks Club on Friday, 2/11 at 12:30 Lakewood Ranch on Saturday, […]
Posted on 12. Jan, 2011 by Dennis.
Some important league new coming across the wire… we will update this post as we get more information. While the 2011 Friend At Court (FAC) Regulations have yet to be published, the USTA Florida Section has requested that league play adhere to the following rule change effective for 2011. We do not have the exact […]